VitaminShoppe.com "State Of The Art" Web Site Slated For Second Quarter
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
VitaminShoppe.com will launch a new "state of the art" Web site in the second quarter that provides "a more personalized and customized online shopping experience for the customer," the vitamins, minerals and supplements e-tailer announced Feb. 24.
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